Re: UDMA and Win2K

Re: UDMA and Win2K

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Posted by Paulo Ramos on May 23, 2001 at 21:29:26:

In Reply to: Re: UDMA and Win2K posted by Chris on May 18, 2001 at 09:00:18:

Hi there,

I'm a portuguese user with exactly the same problem as you but with only one drive (udma100) instaled.

Yes, my NEW Seagate 30Gb just don't run in udma 100 standard using win2k.

I Think the service pack 1 for win2k is the solution, just download it at:

But be aware to spend a lot of time and cigaretes if you don't have cable connection to the internet... ;o)

Bye, and i hope this solves your nasty problem.

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